Owen J. Roberts 63, Norristown 24
|Owen J. Roberts||21||14||22||6||63|
Highlights: The Wildcats wrapped up their PAC regular season Friday afternoon with a win over the visiting Eagles. Ashly White scored 17 and Gabbi Koury 15 to lead OJR (4-6 Liberty, 7-6 PAC, 9-12 overall). Azjiona Golston and Brianna Minick each scored 10 for Norristown (0-10, 1-12, 5-14).
Muhlenberg 41, Daniel Boone 30
Upper Merion 41, Kimberton Waldorf School 18
Hill School 57, West Nottingham 14
Hill School 71, Pennington School 65
Highlights: Hill School traveled to New Jersey for a Friday afternoon non-league contest and came away with its eighth straight win. Augie Gerhart led the Blues (15-7) with 21 points, followed by Justin Molen with 19 and Trey O’Neil with 18. Corey Miller had 25 points and seven rebounds for Pennington (11-13). The Blues trailed by a point at the half and didn’t wrap up the win until Molen hit his sixth 3-pointer and Gerhart made a dunk for a six-point lead with a minute to go. Hill will conclude its regular season on Saturday in Connecticut against St. Luke’s School.
Hill School: Cameron 1 0-0 2, O’Neil 7 0-0 18, Gerhart 7 7-10 21, Meachem 2 2-3 7, Molen 6 1-2 19, Field 0 0-0 0, Barney 0 0-0 0, Bashiru 2 0-0 4, Totals 25 10-15 71
Pennington School: Napoleon 2 0-0 5, Kilic 1 0-0 3, Snead 1 1-3 3, Miller 9 4-4 25, Gaffney 4 2-2 12, Heimann 2 1-1 6, Kim 3 0-0 7, Fall 1 2-2 4, Totals 23 10-12 65
Hill School 36 35 – 71
Pennington School 37 28 – 65
3-point goals: O’Neil 4, Meachem, Molen 6, Napoleon, Kilic, Miller 3, Gaffney 2, Heimann, Kim
Dayspring Christian 59, Alliance Christian 29
George Wachana scored 11 and Jason Mercedes six for Alliance Christian (9-10) in a Friday night CCAC road game.
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